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A Scrutiny on Differential Calculus in Criminology and Forensic Science
International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development
Using mathematical methods to understand and model crime is a recent idea that has drawn considerable attention from researchers during those years. From the plethora of models that have been proposed, perhaps the most successful one has been a diffusion-type differential equations model that describes how the number of criminals evolves in a specific area. We propose a more detailed form of this model that allows for two distinct criminal types associated with major and minor crime. Newton'sdoi:10.31142/ijtsrd21540 fatcat:nere6fyhe5h77k6fxyrn6uwbmm